The former fire boat of the Hamburg fire brigade was built in 1941 at the August Pahl shipyard, building no. 234, on Hamburg-Finkenwerder.
It became British war booty in 1945 and in November 1948 it was returned to the Hamburg fire brigade.
The two coastal patrol boats "Mayors Brauer" and "Mayors Weichmann" of the Hamburg water police were built in the 1990s.
The vessels are 29.5 m long, 6.4 m wide at a displacement of 95 t and reach a maximum speed of 23 kn.
Anyone who has ever been to lake "Mueritz" has certainly already seen them - the Kormoran (Sea Raven) class houseboats . Meanwhile these boats belong to the Mueritz like the city "Waren" or the many fishing boats and have already become something of a landmark.
The "Peter Pan" and the "Nils Holgerson" are ro-pax ferries operated by the German ferry company TT-Line.
The use of the fairy tale figures Peter Pan and Nils Holgersson for the naming of their ships follows a tradition of the TT-Line that goes back to the founding years.
The police and the coastguard are already present on the rivers and in the coastal areas of the simulator world. But since almost all ports also handle flammable, explosive, toxic or even radiant substances, the fire brigade is probably even more important than police and coastguards.
The Finnbreeze class RoRo cargo ships and two Finnmill type units of largely identical design are operated by the Finnish shipping company Finnlines. In addition, four MSG-113 class vessels of the same type were built for the Stockholm-based Ellingsen Ship Management shipping company, and the DFDS shipping company also operates this type of vessel.
Submarine cables connect the world!
Digitalized data and electrical energy race through the sea in submarine cables. A vast network of high-power submarine cables carries vast amounts of telephone calls, delivers cable television and provides fast Internet access.
A cable laying vessel is a working vessel that mainly lays power cables from the offshore wind farms to the feed-in points in the power grid on land. The loading and placing of the cable on the ship takes about two weeks.